Anheuser-Busch's “U.S. Farmed” seal, Moët Hennessy’s NFC-enabled bottles, female-designed beer packaging, Cadbury's retro chocolate bar packaging, AI's "souper" redesign.

Rick Lingle, Senior Technical Editor

April 2, 2024

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Food and beverage brands constantly launch new products and new packages, many of which are posted to social media — if you can find them. Packaging Digest highlights the best of them on a regular basis, with the most recent “find” at the beginning.

This content archives the finds from March 2024. These include Sapporo's all-female beer packaging design team, mammoth Easter tidings display, Anheuser-Busch beer's “U.S. Farmed” certification, Stonyfield Organic launch of first all-PE spouted pouch, wood-based barrier film for food, Moët Hennessy's NFC-enabled consumer engagement, edible and sippable cannabis packaging, Cadbury's retro chocolate bar packaging, Aldi's first-to-market private-label paper wine bottle, amnd much more.

The live stream can be found at Best in New Food and Beverage Packaging.

Female design team at Sapporo USA/Stone Brewing creates lively beer packaging.

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Easter tidings beverage packaging display.

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Anheuser-Busch first brand owner with new “U.S. Farmed” certification on-pack seal.

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Succinct summary of artificial intelligence-guided soup packaging redesign.

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Graphic Packaging’s paperboard multipack for Oedipus Brewing beer took home top prize.

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Amcor, Stonyfield Organic, and Cheer Pack launch first all-PE spouted pouch.

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VTT and Stora Enso debut new wood-based barrier film.

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Budweiser 12-pack aluminum bottle packaging commemorates Texas Rangers' 2023 World Series championship.

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Generational grocery shopping trends.

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Moët Hennessy leverages packaging to create an exclusive luxury digital experience with an outstanding personalized loyalty program for consumers using NFC-enabled Private Access Cards.

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Looking for an example of eye-catching food packaging design?

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Brands adding cannabis reimagine packaged food and beverage favorites.

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March 20 issue of Packaging Digest’s Food & Beverage Packaging News.

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Kemira Group and PA Consulting develop a polysaccharide-based renewable barrier coating for flexible food packaging.

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Cadbury celebrates 200th year with retro chocolate bar packaging.

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Aldi launches UK’s first private-label paper wine bottles.

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Global study identifies 61 PFAS chemicals in food packaging that are not authorized for such products.

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Fenomenal’s shiny attention-grabbing shiny pouches for dietary supplement gummies throw shade at pharma branding.

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How to navigate America's patchwork landscape for extended producer responsibility for food and beverage packaging.

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Demand for beer packaging is forecast to rise less than 1% annually to 70.9 billion units in 2027.

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Keurig's new K-round pod features a seaweed-based compostable biopolymer puck.

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Supermarket offers DIY wine dispensing into a PET bottle.

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Recycled polystyrene aka  rPS can be used safely for food packaging with recycled content up to 100%.

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INEOS + PepsiCo + Amcor Packaging = new snack packaging for Sunbites crisps with 50% recycled plastic.

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Flexible packaging company Adapa introduces FlexiClose(re) AMX top film for Dutch cheese company Vergeer’s sliced Gouda products.

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Find out what’s new with the Frugal Paper bottle.

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Filippo Berio dresses limited-edition olive oil for the opera.

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Virgin Atlantic partners with Sapling Spirits to launch tiny 5-mL aluminum vodka bottle.

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Berry Global debuts reusable, washable tableware as a sustainable solution in foodservice.

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How snack bags can help save a life.

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AI in food and beverages is anticipated to grow at an exponential CAGR of 37.5% during the forecast period of 2024-2031.

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Brouhaha over Chinese bottled waters’ design.  

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Just don’t drink and bike: Canadian brewery Siboire has launched a beer for cyclists with peel-off labels that can be used as reflective stickers.

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BrewBeak Beer Series uses avian-inspired art to emphasize the sophistication and uniqueness of the product.

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Discover how Kellogg’s is pushing sustainable packaging from good to gr-r-reat!

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Food and beverage packaging fails and wins in February.

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Splenda teases limited-edition anniversary packaging design.

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Sustainable packaging developments from PepsiCo UK includes recycled plastic packaging and innovative new paper packaging.

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Rockstar energy rebrands packaging to target a newer, sociable audience.

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Start-up OGT rolls out what it claims is world’s first wrapper-free snack bar.

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Cadbury Dairy Milk Chocolate bar packaging 1915 edition is one of seven limited-edition packaging in a series.

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New line of dog treats takes packaging inspiration from classic 80s and 90s breakfast cereals.

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Amcor collaborates launch a new recycle ready paper packaging with the French family owned cheese brand Fromagerie Milleret.

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For last month's content, click on Best in Food & Beverage Packaging for February 2024.

About the Author(s)

Rick Lingle

Senior Technical Editor, Packaging Digest and PlasticsToday

Rick Lingle is Senior Technical Editor, Packaging Digest and PlasticsToday. He’s been a packaging media journalist since 1985 specializing in food, beverage and plastic markets. He has a chemistry degree from Clarke College and has worked in food industry R&D for Standard Brands/Nabisco and the R.T. French Co. Reach him at [email protected] or 630-408-7184.

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